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Aeromagnetic Anomaly Map of West Antarctica (Wedell Sea Sector)

Series: BAS GEOMAP Volume: sheet 2
By: British Antarctic Survey (BAS)(Author)
37 pages, 1 colour map, scale 1:2,500,000, size folded 22 × 30 cm, size unfolded 80 × 117 cm
Aeromagnetic Anomaly Map of West Antarctica (Wedell Sea Sector)
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This is a detailed aeromagnetic anomaly map and supplementary text of West Antarctica (Weddell Sea Sector) from the British Antarctic Survey’s Geomap series. Included is a BAS Geomap Sheet 2, a 80 × 117cm BAS aeromagnetic anomaly map of West Antarctica at a scale of 1:2,500,000. Accompanying this is a 37-page, illustrated book presenting a comprehensive overview of the history, tectonic nature, geoology and aeromagnetic anomalies of South Georgia.

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Series: BAS GEOMAP Volume: sheet 2
By: British Antarctic Survey (BAS)(Author)
37 pages, 1 colour map, scale 1:2,500,000, size folded 22 × 30 cm, size unfolded 80 × 117 cm
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